Dub Shop at Kleio Projects
Saturday, March 6 – Sunday, March 7, 2010 / 12-7pm
Tuesday, March 9 – Saturday, March 13 / 3-6pm or by appointment (email email@example.com)
WORKS BY: Noah Angell, Gill Arno, Gill Arno / Richard Garret / Brendan Murray, Alexis Bhagat, Ed Bear & Lea Bertucci, Simona Brinkmann, R. Luke DuBois, Nate Harrison, Harvestworks / Tellus Tapes, Richard Kostelanetz, Lary 7, LOUD5, Loud Objects, Emmanuel Madan / Anna Friz, Cedric Maridet, Gen Ken Montgomery, mudboy, Michael Northam, Ben Owen, Ben Owen / Scott Allison, Ted Riederer, thenumber46 (Suzanne Thorpe and Philip White)
Dub Shop at Kleio Projects is a pop-up exhibition organized by ((audience)) co-curators Alexis Bhagat and Lauren Rosati. A dubplate is a one-off acetate disc recording which contains an unreleased recording, an exclusive version of an existing recording, or a test recording for a master track. Since they are doubled or “dubbed” versions of an original track, they have a limited life span and can only be played about fifty times. Dub Shop is similarly time-sensitive—lasting for only one week—and will feature exclusive, one-off and unique artworks by sound artists and musicians including dub plates; limited edition records, CDs and DVDs; silk screened posters; hand-made electronic instruments; and other constructions.
From 2-6pm each day, artists in the exhibition will host informal talks about their practice and play their exhibited works on in-house turntables. Please check this page for updates on the complete schedule.
((audience)) is an unprecedented project that explores the cinema as a 21st century concert hall. It is dedicated to the advancement of aural arts by providing wide distribution and new contexts for works by emerging and established sound artists and composers.
((audience)) is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization, and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Swing Space program.
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